Christian first moved into the world of comedy as Otis Lee Crenshaw's (Rich Hall) guitar-wielding sidekick - a job which took him from Nottingham to Nashville, Tennessee. Now an international comedian playing all the major comedy venues, Christian blends stand-up with dynamic guitar/vocal abilities to relate his unique experience with a sharp wit, youthful energy and effortless charm - with the occasional snipe at histrionic rock bands, musical theatre and morose indie musicians.
John Robertson is a comedian, making money out of that particularly odd art form since 2002. He says he's also a TV presenter, columnist, multimedia artist, games designer, crowd-surfer and recreational sadist. Apparently he first came to public attention in 2003, when he went down to Australian Idol and faked a seizure on national television.
Chortle.co.uk said - "Glenn enjoys his language, and his routine fully exploits that. It's very obviously written, rather than being concealed in the conversational conceit of most stand-up, even to the extent that he takes a book out to read his closing section, just to make sure every syllable is 'just so'. He's a man who doesn't argue, but quarrels, since the word just sounds better. That's the sort of precision he employs".
Rachel started doing stand up in January 2007, and was a finalist in both the 'Funny Women' and 'City Life North-West Comedian Of The Year' competitions the following year.
Actor, writer, singer, improviser and boxer. At 6'4" Gareth Kane is a man big on physique and big on talent.